Talking Black: Lesbians of African and Asian Descent Speak Out (Women on Women) ebook
by Valerie Mason-John
An anthology of writings by lesbians of black or Asian descent living in Britain. This is a critical study of the co-existance of the two communities. Topics discussed include coming out.
An anthology of writings by lesbians of black or Asian descent living in Britain.
Valerie Mason-John (born 22 November 1962) is the co-founder of Eight Step . 2008: Broken Voices Ex Untouchable Women Speak Out, ISBN 978-8183860734.
Valerie Mason-John (born 22 November 1962) is the co-founder of Eight Step Recovery - Using The Buddha's Teaching to Overcome Addiction, an alternative to the 12-step programs for addiction. Since the publication of the book by Windhorse Publications in 2013, it has been the recipient of a Best USA Book Award 2014 and Best International Book Award 2015 in the self-motivational and self-help category.
Talking Black: African and Asian Lesbians Speak Out (For Women). 0304329630 (ISBN13: 9780304329632).
Mason-John’s work has appeared in UK and international journalistic and scholarly publications such as The Guardian The Voice, Curve Magazine, The Morning Star, Pink Paper, Girl Friend Magazine and Wasafiri. 1995 Assaults on Convention (contributor), Cassell, ISBN 978-0304328833. 1999 Brown Girl in the Ring: Plays, Prose and Poems, Get A Grip.
Black British women’s activism was a highly distinctive social movement that drew from several different radical traditions. Valerie Mason John, Mason John, Valerie (e., Talking Black: Lesbians of African and Asian Descent Speak Out (London: Cassell, 1995), p. oogle Scholar.
ISBN-13: 978-0304329632. This is a British anthology on lesbians of color. The lack of Latina and Native American voices in this book is a sign of its Britishness. If you liked the "Piece of My Heart" anthology, you should like this. It reminds me of "This Bridge Called My Back" in some ways as well. The context is different from America's and this may frustrate some readers. 3 people found this helpful.
Woman-to-Woman Sexual Violence: Does She Call It Rape?Boston, MA. .Naming the Violence: Speaking Out About Lesbian Battering. Talking Black: Lesbians of African and Asian Descent Speak Out.
Woman-to-Woman Sexual Violence: Does She Call It Rape?Boston, MA:Northeastern University Press. Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. Leventhal, B. & Lundy S. (Ed. (1999). Same-sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Levy, B. (E. (1991). Dating Violence: Young Women in Danger. Seattle, WA: Seal Press. Mason-John, V. (1995). London, UK: Cassell. Homophobia: A Weapon of Sexism.
Today we celebrate Valerie Mason-John. Speaker, and Anti-Bullying Champion. Today at 02:12 tes compared to the general population. Last year, 52% of LGBT people experienced depression. Rates of depression are much higher in trans and non-binary people, and BAME LGBT people.
Valerie Mason-John (aka Queenie) is a contemporary Black British author .
Valerie Mason-John (aka Queenie) is a contemporary Black British author, performer and conflict resolution trainer born in Cambridge, 1962. She dropped out before receiving her undergraduate degree in the eighties, but has continued to pursue post-graduate education and training into the present. Since the early nineties, Queenie has worked as a writer, performing artist and lecturer.
It features candid interviews with black lesbian women discussing coming out, sexuality and religion, love . is a feature-length documentary focusing on the lives and views of lesbians of African descent from various backgrounds
It features candid interviews with black lesbian women discussing coming out, sexuality and religion, love and relationships, marriage, patriarchy. is a feature-length documentary focusing on the lives and views of lesbians of African descent from various backgrounds. The documentary is structured by tions"-the director had with each of the women.